Legendary Announcer Scott Muni’s “Ticket to Ride” will be heard every Friday at 6pm on these special stations that supports people with autism and special needs!
New York— 10/24/2022 — NEWHD Media, focused on the development of streaming radio stations that support people with Autism and special needs, has announced that the award-winning Beatles radio show, Ticket to Ride will begin airing on NEWHD stations. The program, hosted by legendary New York radio personality Scott Muni, debuted in 1984 on over 300 radio stations across the country. It was the first weekly radio program dedicated entirely to the music of the Beatles. One of the most successful syndicated radio shows in the rock era that ran for over ten years and was constantly the top-rated show New York’s WNEW-FM.
Sophia’s Mission Founder and President Zach Martin said “When you’re looking at opportunities for people who are on the spectrum, it’s not a promising picture. NEWHD will enable more diversity in the media-you’ll have more voices. There’s an enormous opportunity to remove what I see as barriers to entry. Thanks to the support of producer Denny Somach, Ticket to Ride now becomes premier programming, only available on Fridays at 6pm on NEWHD-NY, LA and VNUE Radio. Thank you, Denny.”
Ticket to Ride now joins an impressive programming lineup that includes Charlie Kendall (WNEW, WMMR, WBCN, WMMS), Charlie’s feature Beatles Break and national spokesperson Dave Mason, the legendary Classic Rock artist.
Ticket to Ride will launch with the show which featured Billy Joel. In this premiere episode, Joel talks about how seeing the Beatles on Ed Sullivan influenced his career path as a musician and performer. Future shows will feature many of the biggest stars of rock and roll including Tom Petty, Sting, Steven Tyler and Joe Perry.
NEWHD Media, a dba of the foundation, Sophia’s Mission, currently operates NEWHD, NEWHD-LA and VNUE Radio (OTC: VNUE). 2019, Sophia’s Mission is a federally registered 501c3. Sophia’s Mission provides job opportunities for those living on the Autism Spectrum and other related disabilities, and also provides the needed support for primary care givers and family members.